and we need all communities, basically, to rally their local and state government, federal government, and get our elected officials to have the moral courage to sit down with each other and have common sense discussions and listen to each other and listen to their points and find some middle common ground. >> lee shull, thank you very much for joining me. i do appreciate it. >> thank you. >> now i want to bring in my special guests here in the studio, loved ones of the victims of the aurora, colorado, shooting, and a survivor. welcome to you all. even when i've talked to you in our green room, a lot of emotion, a lot of anger, a lot of great sadness. i can only begin to imagine how you've all been hearing that so soon after what happened in aurora, arguably an even worse tragedy. 20 5-year-old children blown to pieces. stephen, let me start with that. you were a victim in aurora. you were shot. how you doing physically, first of all?